Commercial Motor Vehicle Violation Enforcement, Prosecution, Reporting & Adjudication - Cincinnati

Start Time/Date: 8:00 AM Thursday, June 15, 2017
End Time/Date: 1:00 PM Friday, June 16, 2017
ADDRESS: Hilton Netherland Plaza Hotel
35 W. Fifth Street
CITY: Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Violation Enforcement, Prosecution, Reporting & Adjudication

 

TRAINING FOR PROSECUTORS, STATE TROOPERS, JUDGES, COURT CLERKS, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS, MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATORS, AND ALLIED PROFESSIONALS WITH VESTED INTERESTS IN COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENESE (CDL) ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY

This course will assist you in overcoming the challenges involved with all stages of CMV cases. From the state trooper pulling over the truck, to the DMV administrator reporting violations to CDLIS, all parts of the process will be discussed. By identifying breakdowns in communication throughout this process we will be able to focus on ways to improve public safety, and save lives.

Topic Areas:

  • What is a CMV?
  • What is a CDL?
  • Roadside CMV Traffic Enforcement, Criminal Interdiction, and CMV Safety Inspections
  • Drugs, Alcohol, Human Trafficking and CMVs
  • CDL Violations: What it takes to lose the privilege
  • Keeping the most dangerous drivers off the roads: CDL Prosecution, Reporting and the Prohibition on Masking for violations and felonies
  • Best Practices
  • Emerging Issues: Medical Marijuana, distracted driving, drowsy driving, drugged driving

Register Early, Space is limited! First priority will be given to persons in the Midwest region of the country and permitted to others as space allows on a first come, first serve basis. For the purposes of this training the Midwestern states will include: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin.

Both the training and standard travel costs are fully funded at approved GSA rates. Approved expenses for attendees will be reimbursed by NDAA.